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Police Fire Services Conduct Lecture at Centre for the Deaf
Posted on April 13, 2017
by RBPF Public Affairs and Communications Office


In conjunction with Fort Charlotte Urban Renewal Center, Corporals #3054 Smith and #3138 Adderley visited the Center of the Deaf on Wednesday 12th April, 2017.

Corporal Adderley spoke to the students and teachers about the importance of fire safety through demonstrations, where they enjoyed the escape procedures to fall and crawl, stop drop and roll if there clothes catch on fire, the important rules of not playing with matches and lighters and the importance of smoke detectors.

After the presentation the students enjoyed a fire truck ride in Fire Delta 18 along with the officers Corporal #2777 Davis, R/Cpl. #1150 Young, Constables #2784 Henry and #3027 Conliffe.

A total of 22 students and 10 Adults were in attendance.

This initiative is consistent with the Commissioner's Policing Plan on Working with Young People and the Prevention and Detection of Crime.


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